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«0 3M:ESTI3CX3M"C3t- lO-ZES^^T^T JF'OH. 
Congregational Sing^ing, 
Singing Scliools, 

Musical Conventions, 

Cliurcli Cliolrs, 
And tbe Social Circle. 




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The musical part of the above work is also i.ssued in Fonr Books, thna giving 
the teacher an opportunity to select just the lessons needed for each pupil. 
Price of each book, $1.25. 

A New Singib^ Book for Day Schoois, i 

By Geo. F. Root. 

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CHAPEL OEMS FORI SUNDAY SCHOOLS.' 

Enlarged Editiou— Edited by G-eo. F. Root. 

This book contains IGO pages, and is full of "Gems." The words are freo 
from mawkish sentimentality, and are based on Scripture. The music is not of 
the eph -lueral character that soon wears out, but like pure gold, grows better |j 
with uHi'. "Who is He?" " Josus by theSea," " The Prodigal Son," " Becaus( ji 
He Lov.a ine so," and scores of other songs in Chapel G-ems will be known a"- ':! 
admired when this generation has passed away. t 

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CHAPEL GEMS 



SUNDAY SCHOOLS; 

SELECTED FROM 

The Snow Bird, Robin, Red Bird, Doye and Blue Bird, 
By GEO. F. ROOT and B. R. HANBY; 

AND FROM 

THE LINNET, 

■WITH ADDITIONAL PIECES 

By D. P. HORTON, of Brooklyn, N. Y. 




CHICAGO: 
PUBLISHED BY EOOT & CADY, 61 WASHINGTON STEEET. 

*i«<«d,iooordii.gWArt rfC«ngre«i,4.I). 1888, bjr Boo. * (Udt, In Uw Ctek-. OHce <* the IH.I. Cmitl, to Ui« KorUitni ]>IM.«rm. 



The Stinday School should open with singing; for tln-re are always tardy ones, audit is hettei 
that sinuiii- !>.■ iiitcrruiiterl, (if it munt be so,) than rfadiiiR the Scriptures, or prayer. 

It ^liniiM n] .'11. t'ld, with a .SoNQ, in prefercnci> to a Hymn, for the former will bear interruption 
better tiimi i !ic l.iltrr. And this is the diffcri-nc- between the two, as We desire the terms to be 
applied t<i ihe tfiin.l.iy Scliool music, proper, which we present in this book. 

A Hymn always addresses the Deity, and is the only kind of sacred music that is strictly Devo- 
titnvit. A So.NG liiay be concerning the Deity, but it is never tn Hini, only ulioiit Him. It is simply 
pio^us or rejiyious. A Hymn has but one theme. A song may have any theme in the range of 
Christian Doctrine or Experience. Sonietimesa Soi\o lises almost to the dignity of a Ilymn; some- 
times the two are combiued, as in Dismission Hymn, page 21. A ll.vinn slmulil always be sung in 
a subdued, reverent spirit. There is more latitude to the style of cj-j>y!^.^i,,„ in a Snug. 

The Hymn comes in most appropriately just before beginning tlin regular lesson of the hour. 
Songs come pnij.erlv ininieiliatelv after the lesson, and before the buuks and jinpitrs are distributed. 
A certain class oV snims will not 1,1- found in this book, notwithstanding tlieir popularity with 
Bonle. W <• ri'i." to those iliai picline ihis world as a "howling wilderness," a "gloomy desert,"' Ac, 
■iind ad.ling expressions ..1 dissali.-laction with the present life, and a desire to "get rid of it," and 
"beat rest." When children sing such songs, they sing what, to them, at least, i.s not true ; the impro- 
priety of which, (if not something worse.) ought lo be manifest to ail. On the other hand, we have 
sought for songs as far as we could, that impress the duty of cheerful submission to the daily 
cross, and the daily trials tli it are doubtless apportioned to each as a part of his needful discipline, 
lielieving tnat our pations do not care to pay tor what they already have in two or three different 
gets of music books in ileir libraries, we have inserted none of the "old standard favorites," 
(thoiigli tiny are v.-iy couMaii.nt lor "(illing up,") but present words and music all new, m-iginal, 
and pVepai. d espeiially lor this biok, with but one or two exceptions. 

H.ii.\ in-. aNo, that it is not so much the number of pieces named in th: Index, that constitutes 
the il.Mil, laiiiiii, as tUi! sni id intrinsic merit of those that are presented, we have refrained from 
fiUiiii; or. a~io]ial pages, w iih words to be sung to tunes in other parts of the book. 

As tiie p age is I w eiity-live per cent, larger than in other books at the same price, we have felt at 
liberty to use larger, clearer type. The advantage of this in reading new music and words, or read 
ing ill a dini light — (alas, that the light in so many of our "basements" should be so dim !)— will 
be manifest. 

It is customary for authors to indicate certain pieces iu their works which will probably be 
welcomed as favorites. 

We are satisfied that authors are poorly prepared to decide this matter. 

All the Songs in the book, with many others, have previously appeared in a .Tuvenile Musical 
Quarterly* which wo publish, and which is intended to furnish every kind of song tliat is proper or 
useful for children to sing. The contents of tliese numbers, as they came out, have been, dining 
tht nast year, tested by our suli.scribers in all their variety of uses, — around the Family Altar, in 
tne Socia'l Cifcle, iu the Day School, (he Sunday Scho(d: at the Picnic, the Concert, the ji,\hibition, 
■fee; am! we linvp been ajipriseil. and we will add surprised at the preferences indicated. 

In the town of , the children of one of the public school* had mastered and could ^ing 

every page of the tiist No. (Snow Jiird.) They were requested on one occasion to call out, e.ach one 
simultaneously, the name of his favorite. The verdict was almost unatjimous for a song which we 
hal feand, (after it had gone to press,) would prove of little value, if not useless. 

We have submitted, tlierelore, to the decisions of the subscribers referred to, and have selected 
accordingly. It is safe to say that almost everj' piece in the book is a favorite with those who have 
seen it in the " Song Birds." * We will only add on this point that the Infant Class Department has 
received special attention, and that the music therein will perhaps be found pleasing to "children 
of a lai-er growth. " 

It is a reiiiarUable fact, that wiiile almost every denomination has a greater or less number of 
Sunday Scho'. I KNliihition Uoidis, abounding with all kinds of Speeches and Dialogues, from grave 
to gay— no suitable music has ever been provided for these occasions, nor for Sunday School 
Musical Coiieerts I'Lides. Ac. 

We have made this a new and separate department. As a guarantee of its completeness, we will 
only say that the hading music of the monster Children's Concert at Crosby's Opera House, iu this 
city— in Leavenworth, Milwaukee, and many other places, during the past winter, was selected 
entirely from " Our Song JJirds," and that from these we have chosen the best only for Chapel Gems. 

G. F. R. 
B. K. H. 

JfntMed, najordine to Aot oi CongtcM, A. D 18(KI, by Root t CiBi, in the Clerk's Offio* of the I*t. Court, for the Northern Dht. of El. 




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2. Sweet, at the dawn - ing light, Thy boundless love to tell ; And 
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Sing His praise, learn His ways On this best, this best of days. 

God is near, Fa - ther hear. And ac - cept our hum - ble prayer. 

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true com-mu - nion ev - er - more Witli all Thy bless - ed Saints. 




On friends around us here 6. joy to live for Thee! 

let Thy blessing fall, Ojoy in Thee to die! 

We pray for grace to love them well, very joy of joys to see 

But Thee beyond them all, Thy face eternally! 



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Oh Sav - ior dear we hear Thy call, We come, we come to Thee. 

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Be unmindful of that love 

That would draw thy soul above? 
Jesus loves thee, seek his face, 
Taste the riches of his grace. 

3. Jesus loves thee, go and pray, 
From that love turn not away; 
But accept him, and he'll be 
More tlian brother unto thee: 
Jesus loves thee, be his friend, 
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1. We are all a band of schol-ars, All a band of youth-fiil 

2. We are striv-ing for the king-dom, For the dear and bless-ed 

3. We will sing of our Re - deem - er, Of the Lord our great Re- 
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2. Faith-ful thy God hath prom- is' d sal - va - tion, Faith- ful thy 

3. Mourn-er,bow'd down o'er earth new- ly riv - en, Love lays on 

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sor - row to heav - en, Eise, then, and toil in the vine-yard of God. 
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2. Sliine on us from Thy ho - ly throne, Make this Thy* fa - vored hour, 

3. Cre - ate a - uew our hearts of stone. And make us pure with -in; 



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Build up Thy Zi - on here be - low; Endowed with wondrous power: 
"Wash us in thine own pre-cious blood. And take a - way our siu: 



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Dis - till the dews of heaven-ly grace. Re-fresh our thirst -y land; 

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For ev ery good and per - feet gitt Comes from Thy gra - cious hand. 
Oh, lead ns heaven- ward, and at last, Take us to dwell with Thee. 



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1. Cliil-dren of Je - ru - sa - lem, Place the roy - al di - a - dem 

2. Come, let ev - 'ry heart and tongue,Join and swell the grate-ful song 

3. Par-ents,Teachers,old and young, All u - mte and swell the song 



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How, in my weak - uess, temp ■ - ta - tion came in. 
Miss - ing the light of thy love I may go. 
Giv - ing for - give - ness, giv'st all things to me. 



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I had not sinned, had I felt Tliou wert nigh; 
Speak, when the voice of the tempter is calling 
So that temptation before Thee may fly. 

5. Thoughts of my sin much more humble shall make 

For thy forgiveness I'll love Thee the more: 
So keep me humble until Thou shalt take me 
Where sin and sorrow forever are o' er. 



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Now to the Lord. 



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1. Now to the Lord on liigli, Ye saints your voi - ces raise; 

2. Here on this ho - ly day Ye niul - ti - tudes re - pair, 
o. Re - joic - ing, or in grief,ronie sit and hear His Word 
4. His ear is quick to hoar, His hand is o - pen wide ; 



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pour your swell- ing souls in song. Or lift the hum - blc prayer, 
thro' your smiles, or thro' your tears. Look up and see your Lord, 
trust - ing soul shall sure - ly find His ev - 'ry want sup - plied. 



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er Friends, school-mates dear. 

or. Hand join' d in hand, 
bors. All, all are o'er. 




Sweet the grate - ful strains as -cend-ing. 

Join this offer - ine to our Fath-er, 

Tread the sa - cred paths of du - ty, 

May we with Thy ran-som'd mil-lions, 



From tliis glad and hap - py 
For his help and pres -ence 
On-ward to the Bet - ter 

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2. When my friends had all left me a - lone 
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dark waves of trou - ble ran wild; Then I pray'd to the Lord and He 
went to my Sa - vior and Friend; And lie soothiug-ly spake to my 
pray'd for His help from a-bove ; And He look'd down upon me and 



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fiU'd up my soul With e - mo - tions of rap - tu - rous love. 



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freed my glad lieart from its pall ; And I 
freed my glad lieart from its pall ; And I 
freed my glad heart from its pall ; And I 



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whole world would pray For the smile of 

whole world would pray For the smile of 

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the Lord on us all. 
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1. Sa-vior we, Thy children gather, 

2. Thou wilt trace the path before us, 
3: Wc would clasp Thy hand for-ev - er, 



In Thy blessed couHs to-day, 
May we walk and never stray, 
In the darkness as the day, 







Seeking Thee our God, our Father, Thee, the Life, the Truth, the Way. 

If Thy lov - ing care is o'er us Thou, the Life, the Truth, the Wav. 

Serv-ing Thee with fixed endeavor, Thee, the Life, the Truth, the Way. 



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jesns Dy the Sea. 



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love to think of Je - sua as he sat be - side 
love to think of Je - sus as he walk'd u - pen 
love to think of Je - sus as he walk'd be - side 



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When the waves were roll - ing fear - ful - ly and grand ; How the 
Where the fish - ers spread their nets u - pon the shore; How he 



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I love to think of Je - sus by the sea, How he 

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1. Tbe fisli - ers Biit with -in their boat, The long, long, wea - ry night; And 

2. A form gub-Iime stood on the shore, A - mid the melt -ing gloom; It 

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was the form of Ilim they loved. All glo -rious from the to mU: And then up -on the 

burst the migbt-y bars of death, And conquered life a - gain; Andstill up-on the 









lent air, They heard that voice once more: That woke such thrills of bliss and 
lent air. Rang out those tones once more: Thit woke such thrills of bliss and 
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love In their wea - ry hearts be - fore, 



Come chil - dren, toil no long - er, 
Come chil -dren, &c. 



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2. See from the East, on the mouu - tain tops gleam - ing, 

3. Wake from thy slum - ber, brave son of the o - cean ' 

4. Je - sus, Im - man - uel, we hail Thy ap - pear -ing; 
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Rouse from thy letli- ar - gy. 
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Jark night a - way : 
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The Beauteous Day. 






1. We are watch-ing, we are wait-ing, For the bright pro-phd - ic 

2. We are watch-ing, we are wait-ing, For the star that brings the 

3. We are watch-ing, we are wait-ing, For the beau-teous King of 

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sin shall van - ish, And the shad - ows 
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2. When our foes are near us, Then Thy Word doth cheer 

3. When the storms are o'er us. And dark clouds be - fore 

4. Who can tell the pleas - ure. Who re-count the treas 



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2. I love to think how, old - er still, For so the Scrip-ture saith 

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Re - pos - ing on the lov - ing breast, Of Ma - ry sweet and mild : 
He sub - ject wis to Ma - ry's will, In hum - ble Naz - a-reth; 
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1. Heavenly Fath - er, teach the way. Teach Thy lit - tie child to pray 

2. May the sweet and heavenly Dove, Come and fill my heart with love 

3. Fill my hea«-t with heavenly peace. Bid my fret - ful passions cease 

4. May Thy ho - ly an - gels spread Guardian wings a-round my head 



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end - less praise wi'.l be turn'd oiirsad-noss. What un-told joys a - wait, 
ev - "^r - more will its gates of glo - ry, Stand o - pen night and day, 

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35 



All that heaven - ly coun - try be - yond the r^v - er The 

"Wlien our wea - ry souls to that home in glad - iiess, Shall 

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"It was mefit that we shon]d make merry and be glad ; for thifl thy brother was dead, and is alire 
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2. He will not suffer thy foot to be moved. He that ) 

keopeth thee ) will not slumber. 

*?. The Lord is thy keeper, the Lord is thy shade upon thy right hand. 

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sor - row is sore, Weep ing for one who will weep nev - er - more ; 

bless - ed art thou! See,there's a smile on the dear pal - lid brow; 




List while she calls me her pride and her joy. Folds to her bo - som her 
AVafi hersweet dreams of the bless-ed a - bove, Tell her, our God is a 
To - ken of faith that hath conquered her fears, To ken that time will have 

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briug the gold - en morning Of sweet peace with - in the hear- 
voice-less sweet re- veal-ings Of thy high - er, ho - lier birii 
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My Savior's Voice. 



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2. Yet it may be I shall tar - ry Till the noon-tide of life's day, 
8. Then I'll go to Thee, my Savior, To my home be-yond the stars, 




Where the light is soft - ly gleam-ing Thro' the gates with pearl-y bars ; 

Or un - til my feet are wea - ry, And my hair is thin and gray; 

Where some dear one will be wait - ing By the gate with pearl - y bars ; 




Where are bands of hap-py child-ren Who have learn'd the ways of truth, 

Till the even-ing shadows lengthen. From the glo - ry - tint-ed west, 
W^here the wel-come lights are gleaming From the mansions of our rest. 



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And the eil - ver chimes shall call me To the morn -ing of the blest. 
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I were 
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with a bright and star - ry 
with a harp of sweet - est 
with a crown of pur - est 


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0, when shall we he There? 






1. We are pilgrims seek-ing a cit - y, Where we may safe a - bide ; 

2. Nev - er ear of mor-talhath lis-tencd To such a glorious song; 

3. la its streets the an- gels are dwell-ing, And all who here be - low ; 

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Far a-cross the riv - er it li - eth, Be-yondits chill - ing tide; 

As that an-them ut-tered for - ev - er, By allthat ran-somed throng : 

Love the Lord and keep His com-mand ments, Its bless-ed-ness shall know ; 




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Nev - er hands of mor-tals hath build- ed A cit - y bright and fair, 
And the liglit that fill - eth the cit - y, No mor - tal eye can bear; 
He hath formed those heavenly man-sioas,For those who faith - ful boar, 



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For the sun of glo - ry is Je - sus ; 0, when shall we be there? 
Ev -'ry cro8s,and crowns will be giv - en; 0, when shall we be there? 



0, when shall we be There?— Concluded. 



53 



, REFRAIN I I I I I I 
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Hymn of St. Bernard. 



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1. Je - sus the ver - y thought of Thee With sweet-ncs.s tills luy breast; 

2. Nor voice can sing, nor heart can frame, Nor can the lucni -'ry find ; 

3. 0, hojje of ev - 'ry con-trite heart, 0, joy of all the meek; 

4. But what to those who find? ah! this Nor tongue nor pen can sliow; 




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But sweet- er far Thy face to see, And in Thy presence rest. 

A sweet- er sound than Thy blest name. (), Sa - vior of man - kind. 

To those who fall, how kind Thou art, How good to those who seek. 

The love of Je - sus, what it is. None but His lovetl ones know. 






54 



A Home in HeaTen. 





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go home when the 

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Fa - ther's vine-yard end - eth; When the lamps are lit for our 
dark and fear - ful riv - er; There are sweet - est note.s from the 
wea - ry chil-drcn gath - er Will the ran-som'd meet in the 
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home -ward way, As the sun of life de - scend - eth: 
'gone be - fore," Whom we'll join no more to sev - er: 
gold - en street, In tlie man - sions of our Fa - ther: 



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"W^lien the bow'rs of green, and tlie floods bo - twecn. To the 

Should the eye look back, o'er a wea - ry track. From the 

They will hear His voice, and thoir hearts re - joico. That the 

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A Home in Heayen. — Concluded. 



55 



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dim - ming si^ilit are 
dawn of life till 
worn earth ties are 



giv - en; When the King says, "Come, "we shall 

e - ven, O'er a path of thorns and of 

riv - en; We are go - ing home, and the 



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Praise Ye the Lord. 



1. Praise Him in his hal-low'ddwell-ing, Let thine heart be in - ]y swell-ing; 

2. Praise Him for the love He l>ore us, That He trod death's vale be-fore us; 

3. Praise nira,rescned brand, wlio bo' t tbce, Who liatli long and kindly so' t thee; 

4. That He liv-eth, that He reign-eth, That to hear our pray'r Hedeign-eth; 



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tlie Lord. 


That sal - va - tion He hath bro't thee: Praise ye 


the Lord. 


That the con - trite grace ob-tain-eth: Praise ve 


the Lord. 


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56 



Burmah. (Missionary.) 



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1. A voice thai I hear, a - cross the sea, Sings the sweet - est songs 

2. Oh! hark to the song that o'er the seas Soft - !y flows a - long 
8. For, un-der the palm-trees' love- ly shade, There the dread-ful shrine 
4. Oh, ehil-dren of God, from east and west, So the hea - then come 

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east to me ; It sings ot a land where bright suns glow, 

sum- mer breeze ; Oh list - en, and min - gling with its tiow, 

i - dol's made ; The land of the east is bright and fair, 

leaven-ly rest! And Bur-mah be-seech-ingly begs to - day, 


























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beiu - ti - ful blos-soms of Bur - mah blow. Hear it say, 

hear the sad wail - ing of pain and woe. Hear it say, 

sor-row, and sin and death are there. Hoar it say, 

pit - y and help her and show the way. Hear her say, 

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"Sit - ting in dark - ness we 

■ Come, in the night of our 

Come, ye, and lead us to 

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wait for day ! 
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hear it say, "Come to the beau - ti - ful laud!' 

hear it say, "Sit -ting in dark-ness we wait!' 

hear it say, "Come in the night of our need!' 

hear her say," Come, ye, and lead us to God!' 



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Praise the Lord. 



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1. Praise the Lord, who reigns a - bove, And keeps His courts be - low ; 
Praise Him for His bound-less love, And all His great-ne&s show 
D. c. Him from whom all good pro-ceeds. Let earth and heav'n a- dore. 

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[im for His matchless pow'r; 




Publish — spread to all around. 

The great Immanuel's name : 
Let the gospel trumpet sound ; 

The Prince of Peace proclaim 
Praise Him every tuneful string 

All the reach of heavenly art 
All the power of music bring — 

The music of the heart. 



Him, in whom they move and live, 

Let every creature sing , 
Glory to our Savior give, 
All homage to our King, 
Hallowed be His name beneath, 

In the heavens and earth adored; 
Praise the Lord in every breath. 
Let all things praise the Lord. 



58 



Suffer Little Cliildron to come unto Me. 



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Suffer Little Children to come unto Me. — Concluded. 59 



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Hal - le - In - jah, Hal- le - lu - jah, Hal - le - lu - jab, praise ye the Lord, 



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*To Him that Overeometh." 




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1. "To him that ov - er - com - eth; " prom - ise of our God. 

2. wea - ry ones, and temp - ted, Rise in the glo - rious might, 

3. Tlien gird ye on the ar - mor; Strive for the vie - tor's pahn; 
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Thou art a glo-rious help - er, A - long our pil - grim road 
Of liim who died to save you. Arm quick - ly for the fight 
Be ear - nest in the con - fiict. Stand not in i - die calm 



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E - ter - nal life! and glo - ry! The gold - en crown! and heaven 1 
Shall wear the robes of an - gels For - ev - er with the Lord. 



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The Little Zulu Band. 



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61 



[Not long ago, a missionary Isdy in Africa wroto that the little Zulu children were very fonft 
of " dbiiiing ,'<h<iru," and sang it a great d.-al (she had translated the words into their language). She 
also wrote that it would be very pleasant to them to have a song written espocially for tht-m, which 
has been done. This is it.J 



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free-dom's land, The 
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gos - pel fid - ings 
tid - ings blest are 
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2. We love to hear the Sabbath chime 
That swells this joj'ful story ; 
The manger-cradled babe of time, 
Eternal King of glory : 
. We love to fhink of those above, 
* In lilied pastures feeding, 
■ /^nd He, tlie Shepherd of our love. 
The lambs so gently leading. 



, We look across the darkened wave 

For loved ones, summoned early-; 
We see no shadow of the grave, 

Beyond the portals pearly: 
But tell us more of that bright shore, 

Of Him, who will deliver 
From every snare of sin and care, 

And lead us o'er the river. 

Then we, a little Zulu band, 
Will sing the story olden, 

And pass along the shining strand, 
O'er streets with pHveuicui golilen ; 

And o'er and o'er will we adore 
His goodness — life's great Giver, 

And breathe His praise in sweetest 
lays, 

. When we have crossed the river 



62 



The Children's Welcome. 



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1. "We are com-ing, we are com-ing," 'Twas a soft and sil - v'ry tone, 

2. "We are com-ing," 'twas an ecb-o Float - ing thro' At- Ian - tic's foam, 

3. "We are com-ing, we are com-ing, From the moun-tain atfd the glen !" 

4. "We are com-ing, we are com-ing, too, To join the glo-rious band !" 



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Float - ing thro' the hem-lock for-ests From far Green-land's i-cy zone; 
From the chil-dren of the jun - gle, Far off In - dia was their home ; 
'Twas the chil-dren of New Eng-land,'Twas a glad and heart-y strain ; 
'Twas a myr - iad voi-ces blend-ing From Pa - ci - tic's gold-en strand ; 



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" We have heard of the An - oint 
Shin - ing ranks of hap - py lit - 
As the breez-es of the prai- 

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tie ones Went gai - ly march-ing by, 
ries Bore the joy-ous notes a-long, 

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We would turn a - way from i - dols, And the Ho - ly One a - dore, 
We have heard the Sav-ior's sum-mons, And will meet them up on high. 
Lit - tie children rush-ing for-ward Swell'd it to a might - y song. 



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1. Thou who in Thy church of old Sol - emn fes - ti - vals didsL place, 

2. Is - rael in the Promised Land Bless'd her God that brought her there. 

3. Is - rael bless'd the God that sent Sinai's laws of strength and might, 

4. Is - raelyear-ly brought to mind Mem-ory of her wander-ings drear ; 

5. At ihy fes - ti - V!ils, (> Lord. Thou didst bless the wait-inK hosts, 
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Praise we now the lev - ing Hand That hath made our own so fair. 

Thanks we bring that Thou hast lent For our guide, t*he gospel's light. 

Year - ly still our spir - its find No con - tin-uing cit - y here. 

Grant us now some quickening word. As of old at Pen - te - cost. 



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2. Lord, we know not Low to tell All the thanks our hearts that s wo i 

3. All we have, Oh, Lord ' is Thine, Un - to Thee we all re - sign 

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Hearts that,'{u]l of grate-ful cheer. Sing,Thanksgiv-ing - time is here. 

While Thy cliil-dren, Fa - ther dear, Sing Thanksgiv-ing -time is here. 

While we, nigh the clos- ing year, Siug,Thanksgiv-ing - time is here. 



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1. Father,from whose hand doth spring Ev-'ry good and per-fect thing 

2. Thou hast placed us here on earth For a high and glo-rious birJh 

3. Then, O Fount of ev - 'ry truth, Guard and guide us in our youth 

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And the pre-cious boon hast given To exchange this world for heaven. 
Cleanse our souls from |;v - 'ry stain, Take them pure to Thee a - gain. 



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Tho Shepherds of Bethlehem. 



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1. They were watch-ing on the hill - sides, for' the com - ing day, 

2. Loud - er swell the joy - ful an - theras frdin the an - gellhrong ; 

3. Oh, the joy - ful, joy - ful ti - dings ! for to you is born, 




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With the star - ry folds of night a - bove them spread: 

- ver hill and \ale the strains en - chant - ed float ; 

Christ the won-drous Sa - vior and the migh - ty King; 



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See the won - d'ring shep - herds list - 'ning to the song, 
Hail, ye watt - ing na - tions, hail this joy - ©us morn! 

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Hap-py ti-dings now to earth we bring. "Glo - ry &c. 






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2. Hail Him ye shep- herds, a - dure Him ye sa - ges, Hoi wait - ing 

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voice of the a - ges, Lo! a De - liv - erer is com - ing to you. 
faint-ing and wea- ry, Thus, on - ly thus, He His lov'd ones can save. 

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4. Weep not Oh stricken ones, when shall enfold Him 
All the deep darkness of Calvary's gloom, 
Soon, soon your tear-blinded eyes shall behold HEm 
Walking a God from the gates of the tomb. 

Chortjs.— Little children lisp His grace, 
Youthful voices sound His praise, 
, Men and angels raise your loud Hosannas to His name, 
Oceans with your fulness roar, 
Earth resftund from shore to shore, . . 
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1. With ea - ger step, and hearts in tune, Come, view our Christmas 

2. There's gifts for all the pleas- ant throng. Who 'round its won - ders 

3. In sum - mer bowers, the sweet Rose Queen Hath fled the win - fry 



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free: On twig, and stem, a - loft, a - round, It gleams on ev - 'ry 

banii : Ah ! ten - der hnnds in - spired by love Have gar- land - ed the 

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tree ; And wait-iiig ones will grateful prove When shed its fruit shall be. 
Right ; To heav'uly glo - ries en- ter in Saved by God's love, and might, 



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in yon - der stall, At whose 

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who stands and weeps At the 

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God is Love. 




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1. \Vben light-ly o'er the mountain rill, The twi-light zephyrs move, 

2. The bird that trills its evening song, So sweet-ly thro' the grove, 
The rain-bow in the sum-mer sky Almighty I'ow'r doth prove. 




sweet-ly to the dewy flow'rs They whisper God is Love. 

gen - tie ca-dence seems to say, I'll sing, for God is Love. 

varied hue, Aud owns that God is Love. 




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1. Lit - tie eyes, lit - tie eyes 

2. Lit - tl-^ heart, lit - tie heart Full of laugh-ter, full of glee 

3. Lit - tie hands, lit - tie hands, Bu - sy with the kite or doll. 

4. Lit - tie feet, lit - tie feet. Soft your pat - ter, light your load, 







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Up -ward look, up -ward look, Heav-en's morn is 

Beat with love, beat with love- For the Lord who bless - es thee. 

Learn ye may, work or play, Dai - ly to do good to all. 

Do not stray, keep the way. Walk the straight and nar - row road. 



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1. Wlien He com-cth, when He com-eth, To make up liis jew - els 

2. He willgath-cr, He will gath - er The gems for liis king-dom; 

3. Lit - tie clul-dren, lit - tie chil-dren.Who love their Re-deem - er 




A his jew -els, pre - cious jew - els, His lov'd and his own. 
All the pure ones, all the bright ones, His lov'd and his own. 
Are the jew - els, pre - cious jew - els, His lov'd and his own 



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1 We are lit - tie 

2. We are lit - tie 

3. We are lit - tie 



sun - beams, Shin - ing and free, 
sun - beams, Like those a - bove, 
sun - heams, With work to do, 




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sun-beams. Hap - py are we ; No clouds our 
sun-beams, Warm-ing with love, In - to dark 
sun-beams, May we be true ; Where Je - sua 




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skies o'er cast, No storms are here. Our bright-ness e'er shall last 

haunts of woe, Sor-row, and shame, Swift may our bright beams go, 

led the way, With foot-steps sure. There we may sate - ly stay, 




We will tot fear, We are lit - tie sunbeams, Shin -ing and 

In Je - bus' name. 
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1, Long ft - go, when lit - tie chil-dren Came, the lov - ing Lord to see, 
Lit - tie children, now to Je - sus Come, with lov-ing, trusting heart ; 

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Well He lov'd that little child. 

Though He died. He lives in Heaven, 

And His care enfolds us still, 
To us all His love is given 
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2. When the bells a - gain shall call, May our lit - tie sun-beams, all, 

3. When our days on earth are o'er. And we reach the gold-en shore, 

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Here in joy to - geth - er meet, Teachers, Scholars all, to greet. 
May each lit - tie sunbeam shine, Brighter still, in light di - vine. 



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1. - ver the hills are the pas-tures fair. And safe the 

2. Lead us, and feed us, a bap - py band, There by the 

3. 0, may He gath - er our wea - ry feet, In - to His 




dear lambs are feed - ing there; Come bless - ed Sa - vior, 
hills of the sun - rise land ; There by the hills where 
pas-tures so fair and sweet; There may we dwell in 



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2. Who to the fields or the for- ests would stray Seek- ing their 

3. We from the ser - vice of Sin would de-part, Heed-ing Tby 

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Saf -bath the land-scnpe a - gain; Lit - lie tVet pat - ter like 

piens-ure at work or at play ? Who, when that ban - ner of 

man date of, "Give me thine heart ;" Suffer the chil- dren to 

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love is un-furl'd.Tiirn to the bub - ble-like joys of the world? 

"come un - to me." Sa-vior, be - hold at Thy feet here are we. 

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2. Do ploom-y clouds as thej dark - ly frown O'er thy steep and toil -some 

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world of end - less day. Toil on! &c. 
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3. "I will," cried man - y lit - tie ones "and I," cried man - y 

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Will the teachers of the infant classes, (the most important of the Sabbath school,) indulge us ia 
a few suggestions from time to time? We have appropriated a portion of this little book to Infant 
Class Music, as you see; but to make it still more efficient, we desire occasionally to submit some 
practical directions with regard to its use, and even to ofl'er some suggestions as to other exercises 
beside those of singing. 

We begin by asking whether the repetition of Scripture verses by individnal pupils in different 
parts of the room, (a practice in very general use,) might not be supplanted by something mora 
generally interesting and profitable? Xo put the question in more general terms, should any exer- 
cise be allowed to occupy much of the time, that does not require that all in the room take part? 
If a speaker, for instance, undertakes to address the class, he will find it very difficult to hold their 
undivided attention even for five minutes, without interspersing his remarks with questions to 
which all are invited to reply. 

Wlien the hymn is sung, all the little voices peal out. When the prayer, " Our Father," is uttered, 
All hands are clasped, and all lips reverently murmur the beautiful petition. Thus far all ia 
delightful; but when the question comes, "Now who has a verse to repeat?" the signal in given for 
confusion. A score or two of hands go up, and each is anxious to have his turn. The words are 
uttered almost inaudibly, and so imperfectly as to require frequent correction. The process is a 
sevcie tax upon the patience of the majority, and terriiinatiug, as it often must, before all have had 
an opportunity to recite their verses, ends in disappointing some of them. Only the rarest tact and 
ingenuity on the part of a teacher, Will carry a school through ouch an exercise in an orderly man- 
ner. We would, as a. general rule, (of course subject to occasional exceptions.) say, never introduce 
an exercise which shall require the little ones very long to keep silent, but insist, when silence is 
necessary, upon its strict observance. Never introduce exercises except those in which all may 
take a part, and then see that all engage in it. Thus only, wa think, can universal attention be 
pecured, and good imparted to all. 

We propose to keep this principle always in view in the preparation of matter for this depart 
ment, atid believing that many would bo glad to see this illustrated in all the other exercises beside 
BiUiTing, we venture to offer the following "Infant Ritual," if you please to call it so, inviting the 
teacher to test its merits by actual experiment. 

[The assistant teftcher takes her place in the midst of the pupils to teach them the responses, 
and unite with them in uttering them.] 

{Bell taps, and all become quiet.) 

Principal Teacher. CJiildren, listen, for I shall have a question to asK you 
about what I am reading. (Reads.) 

I's. cxlvii. fraise the Lord. 

What does the psalmist toll you to do? 

Children. To praise the Lord. 

T. (Reads.) 

Praise ye the Lord from the heavens: praise him in the heights. Praise ye him all his angela: 
praise ye him all his hosts. 

T. What are all these to do ? 

C. Praise the Lord. 

Praise him sun and moon: praise him all ye stars of light. Praise him ye heaven of heavens, 
and ye waters that be above the heavens. 

T. And what are these to do? 

C. Praise the Lord. 

"". Yes, that is right, for the Psalmist adds : 

' them praise the name of the Lord, for he commanded, and they were created. lie hatb 
•^ree which shall cot puss. 



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Now listen aj^ain. 

Praiso ye the Lord from the earth, ye draf^ng and all deopg, fire and hall, gnow and Tapor. 
■toniiy wiuU fulfilling hia word. Moantains and all hills, fruitful trees and all cedars, beaats and all 
cattl.-, cre.piug thiugs and flying fowl. 

T. ^^'lJ^lt are all these to do ? 

C. Praise the Lord. 

T. Can such things praise the Lord? 

C. All his \s-orks praise him. 

Kings of the eiuth iiud all people, princes and all judges of the earth. Both yonngmen and 
maidens, old men and child-'en. Let them praise the n&me of the Lord; fer his name alone is ex- 
cellent, his glory is above the earth and heavens. 

T. Can children praise the Lord? 

C. Yes. 

T. When ? 

C. Always, 

T. Where ^ 

C. Everywhere. 

T. Ifow'? 

C. By doing that which is pleasing in his sight. 

T. How can you please Him at home ? 

C. (The assistant teacher will here repeat the following to the children, they 
repeating aft«r her. ) By obedience to our parents. .. .respect for our superiors 
- . . .and love for our brothers and sisters. 

T. Can ycKi do this in the right spirit, of yourselves ? 

C. No It is God who worketh in ua. . . ,to will and to do of his good 

pleasure. 

T. Will €rod always help us in this way ? 

C. Yes. . . ,if we look to Him and ask Him. 

T. How can you please Him at school ? 

C. By learning our lessons. . . .by loving our teachers. . . .and obeying the 
rules. 

T. How on the play ground ? 

C. By gentle actions. . . .and kind woris. 

T. And in doing all these things you womW praise the Lord, would you? 

C. Yes. 

T. How would you praise Him at church ? 

C. By talking about Him. . . .and by singing and praying to Him. 

T. Very well. Let u-s now do each of these. We will begin by talking m 
concert about him. We will all say the same words. Let us do so with deep 
humility, and in a reverent tone. 

All recite after me. 

I will epeak of tb" glorious honor of thy majesty and of thy wondrons works The Lord 

iB gracious and full of corapassion; slow to aoger and of great mercy The Lord is good to all, 

and nis tender mercies are over all his works All thy worke shall praise thee. 

Lord aud thy saints shall bl«ss thee They shall speak of the glory of thy kingdom...... 

and talk of thy pow'-r To make known to the sons of men his mighty acts and the glori- 
ous majesty of his kingdom Thy kingdom is an everlasting kinedom thy dominion is 

throughout all generations The Lord is righteous in all his ways and holy iti all his works 

The Lord preaerveth all them tliat love him. ....but the wicked will he destroy. 

T. Now we will sing a hymn of praise. I will sing part and you may sing 
part. Your part will be very easily learned. I will sing it for you. (Teacher 
sin^s.) 



For his mercy endureth forever ; For his mercy endureth forever. 

When the pupils have done this, which they will do almost instantly, the 
teachers will say : 

T. Now you must sing only half of your song at a time. I will sing a few 
words alone, and then you may put in the first half, then I will sing some 
more, and you may sing the second half of your song. You see it comes in very 
prettily. 

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is good. 



C. For his mercy endureth forever. 









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T. Oh give thanks unto the God of 

Gods ; C. For his mercy Ac. 

T. Oh give thanks unto the Lord of 

Lords ; C. For his mercy &c. 

T. To him who alone doeth great won- 
ders ; C. For his mercy &c. 

T. To him that by wisdom made the 

heavens ; C. For his mercy Ac. 

T. To him that stretched out the earth 

above the waters ; C. For his mercy Ac. 

T. Who remembered us in our low es- 
tate ; C. For his mercy &c. 

T. And hath redeemed us from our 

enemies ; C. For his mercy &c. 

T. Who giveth food to all flesh ; C. For his mercy &ft. 

T. Oh give thanks unto the God of 

Heaven ; C. For his mercy &c. 

[Note. — If the teacher ia not accaBtomed to chaDtiug, wo would say, pronounce the words in 
the above exercise exactly as if you were talking, only in a monotone, at the pitch indicated, the 
children beginning the response a third bilow.] 

T. Now, we have talked of the Lord and sung His praises, let us pray to Him. 

[Here all kneel or rise to their feet, close their eyes, clasp their hands, and reverently repeat tha 
ird'fl Prayer.] 

^nr Father, who art in Heaven, &c. 



0, Sing unto the Lord. 



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1. slug unto the Lord a new soug; sing unto the Lord | hII the I earth: 

2. Slug nnto the Lord, bless his name; show forth his salvation from I day to ] day: 



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h. For all the gods of the nations are idols ; but the | Lord ) 

made the | heayens : J Praise ye the Lord. 

6. Honor and majesty are before him ; strength and beauty "t 



are I in his | sanctuary : 

7. Give unto the Lord, ye kindreds of the people, give) 

untu the Lord | glory and | strength : J 

8. Give \intc) the Lord the glory due unto his name; bring] 

an oflering, and come iu- | lo his | courts : J 

e. 0, worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness ; fear be- 1 
fore him | all the | earth : J 

10. Let the heavens rejoice, and let the | earth be | glad: 

11. Let the sea roar, and the | fulness there- | of: 

12. Let the field be joyful, and all that | is there- | in: 

13. Then shall all the trees of the wood rejoice be- | fo 

the I Lord : 

14. For he cometh, for he cometh to | judge thr | earth: 



j Praise ye the Lord in his holy tempi*. 

Praise ye the Lord. 

Praise ye the Lord. 

' Praise ye the Lord in his holy templo. 
Praise ye the Lord. 
Praise ye the Lord. 
Praise ye the Lord In his holy torapW 

■ Praise ye the Lord. 
Praise ye the Lord. 



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pe«4ile with his | truth- 



J Praiso ye the Lord iu his holy trraplo. 



90 



Consider the Lilies. 







1. Con - sid - er how the lil - ies grow, They la - bor not, nor spin: 

2. The float-ing cloud, the deep blue sky, The glo-rious morn, the day ; 

3. His love is Love Di- vine, and far Ex-ceeds our high -est tho't; 




Not proud -est kings of earth, we know Such gorgeous ves-tures win: 
The fall - ing leaf, the zephyr's sigh, The twi-light shad-ows grey : 
His Wis - dom beams on high, a star Is from its radiance wro't: 

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The brightwinged warblers of the grove. The for-est's sol - emn prayer, 

The Star of Beth - le - hem ap - pears, To light the dark-en'd way 

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May we not trust our Fa-ther's power? Will he not hear our cry? 



May we not trust our Fa-ther's power? \v 111 ne noi near our cry; 
All whis-per of our Fa-ther's lore, His ten - der,watch-ful care. 
Of mil-lions, once in grief and tears. To im - mor - tal - i - ty. 



Sweet 'Tis to Sing. 

Words from DiiPASoN by permission. 



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Savior and friend! 
To thy dear love we bow. 

Savior and friend ! 
Oh, in thy spirit pure, 
May we our ills endure, 
Trusting thy promise sure, 
Savior and friend ! 



2. When thou wert here below. 
Savior and friend ! 

Thou didst our sorrows know. 
Savior and friend ! 

Grant to each heart to feel 

That thou hast power to heal; 

And, oh, thyself reveal. 
Savior and friend 1 

4. By thy redeeming grace. 
Savior and friend ! 
We hope to see thy face, 
Savior and friend ! 
Then will we joyful praise. 
Throughout eternal days, 
Thy wondrous works and ways, 
Savior and friend ! 



92 



Words by Dr. Blockall, 



Tlie Union Greeting. 



1. Ilith-er we come, as a Un - ion Band, To sing sweet songs of a 

2. Greet-ing we give ou this fes-tive niglit, A hap - py lay of the 



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And flowers whose fragrance shall e'er be whole, 

That cheer life's way along ; 
Then give your hearts and extend your hands. 
And let us bind you in silken bands^ 

The bands of love and song. 

Chohus — Oh ! joyously, joyously sound we the strain. 
For 'tis the song of the true ; 
Cheerily, cheerily give we again, 
Welcome, thrice welcome to you. 

Welcome! welcome I 
Welcome, thrice welcome to you. 



"Feed My Lambs." 



94 

For Snnday School Concerts or Exhibitions. To he sung by elovon little girls, standing in the 
form of a crescent, each with a card or shield hung upon tho breast, having upon it one letter of th« 
Scripture motto which is the theme of the whole song. At first the letters are all reversed and un- 
seen But each singer turns her card and reveals ber letter as she sings. All may sing the first six 
lines of the poetry if desired. J. II. Edwards. 






1. Chii.st you know, loved lit - tie children, 'When he lived on earthbe-low, 
3. In good works none should be backward, As you'll will-ing - ly a - gree, 



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3th - er E is need-ed This command of Christ to spell; 



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6. Fourth among the list of letters 
Stands the one you ask of me ; 
So I think 'twill not surprise you, 
W hen I show the letter D. 

6. All my little friends above me 

Stepped from up the alphabet; 
I go half way down the column, 
Anil the letter M I get. 

7. Farther down than all the others 

To the last but one I'll go ; 
And the letter Y will furnish, 
Which completes two words, you 
know. 

8. Next the letter L is wanted 

In the work we have to do; 
It begins the name Christ taught 
us, 
Here I turn it round to you. 



9. Before all the other letters 

Is the one I bring you now ; 
It is A, and lambs without it 
Cant be spelled, as you'll allow. 

10. Once before upon the platform 

Has my letter been {!-;g[} 

But another M is needed. 
So I'll turn it to the light. 

11. Since my little friend above me 

In the line has called out A, 
'Tis but just a B to furnish. 

So I've brought it up this way. 

12. Last of all in this procession, 

With the letter S I stand, 
Which, you know, completes the 
spelling 
Of our Saviour's blest command. 



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2. Jesus, gentle Shepherd, hear us. Bless these little lambs of thine; 

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And in time there will be others 

That shall happy vows renew. 
Chorus. Then join, &c. 

4. Union now, and Union ever I 

True hearts now for Union alllj 
We will keep it safe and never 
Shall our glorious Union fall! 
CnoKcs. Tlien join, &c. 



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2. We'll sing to God a ho - ly cho - rus, Joy - ful dny I 

3. The young and old come forth to hear us, Joy - ful day ! 



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joy - ful day! Truth shines in ra - diant bright-ness o'er us, 
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bout their les-sons then. Was it right? was it right? was it right? 

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1. Be not swift to take of-fense ; Let it pass, let it pass, let it ^ 

2. Ech- not an an-gry word; Let it pass, let it pass, let it pass. 

3. If for good you've taken ill ; Let it pass, let it pass, let it pass. 

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Since our joys must pass a- way. Like the dewdrops on the spray. 
Time at last makes all things straight. Let us not re-sent, but wait. 



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Wherefore should our sorrows stay ? Let it pass, let it pass, let it pass. 
And our triumph shall be great: Let it pass, let it pass, let it pass. 



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1. Wil - lie laid him down to Bleep, When bis ere - ning pray'r wae SKid, 

2. Ue had gpnk - en haa - ty words, When his lit - tie sis - ter Sue 

S. Now he sees her in bis miud. With her blue eyes fiU'd with tcArfl — 

4. Now he dreiithes his pray'r a - gaia, Ask ing par - don — seek - iog gruce, 

5. And a - gain an- utK - er eve. Hov - er'd an - gels round his bed; 




And tho gloom - y shad - ows creep Clos - er round his lit - tie bed. ' 

AskM in voice so like a bird's, "Wil - lie, please, to tie my shoe," 

How could he have been un - kiiid? How, so dr.-»d - ed i - die sneers? 

When h« whia - per'd his "a - men," There were an - guls in the place; 

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OU! h« wish-es S« - sin knew. How h« longi to tie that shoe. 

And th» shad -ows fled a - way. From the cotich where Wil - lie lay. 

And they whis-per'd, "Let us stay, Wil - lie has been good all day." 



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And the shad - ows fled a - way. From the conch where Wil - lie lay. 

And they whis - per'd "Let us stay, Wil - lie Las been good all day." 



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3. But Oh, there's One a - bove him, 

4. We'll tell Him all our sor-rowg. 



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1. One day I saw a lit - tie child Low sit - ting in an 

2. To him there came no joy - ous sight; He could not mark the 

3. He said" When morn -ing bright-ly breaks I gai - ly sing a 

4. I turned a - side, when this I heard, And went up - on my 




- pen door; And such a face, So meek and mild, I 

speed - ing ball; He could not see the soar -ing kite, Nor 

pleas -ant song; My listening soul to mu - eic wakes, And 

on -ward way. But oft the lit - tie suffrer's word Came 

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watch the glistening wa - ter - fall, He could not trace the 

then I hear it all day long. I lis - ten to the 

to me in the bus - y day. And -when I saw how 




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Rob - in's flight, A - cross the sky, so 
sigh - ing breeze, I heark - en to the 
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free and glad. For 
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him was one uii - end - ing night. I asked him if he 

up a - mong the whisp'iing trees, I hear the mer - ry 

whom all bless -ings had been sent, I thought that I would 



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er'd there? His soft brown hair he 
was not sad? A smile shone o'er his 
bird - lings call. And so all day in 
tell them how Peace, like a gen - tie 



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soul a so - lace seeks to find ; And Oh ! while mu - sic 
made the blind boys heart re-signed. And taught him in his 


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Morning Prayer. 



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Are to me a shining light ; To my wants thou givest heed ; 

And thy word the dew of heaven, Grant me, Lord, thy richest blessing. 

Glistening ever pure and bright. And sustain me in my need. 

4. Let thy spirit guide me ever. 
Teach me to obedient be; 
Bring me to thy heavenly kingdom, 
There to dwell eternally. 



He shall Feed His Flock. 



109 






1. We're the lambs of tho flock, and no dan - gcr we fear, 

2. 0, the pas-tures are green, and the flow'rs bloom a - round, 
8. 0, that all the dear lambs had a heart to re - ply, 

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By the side of still wa - ters He lets us lie down. 

When the great Shep - herd calls from his man - sions on high. 



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The Happy Morn We Hail Again. 



CHEEKrUL, BUT NOT TOO FAST. 



By permisBion of S. T. Gohbon. 



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1. The hap - py morn we hail a - gain,When heav'n seems smil-ing o'er us; 

2. And with the hum-ble shep-herd throng, A-round his cra-dle man - ger, 



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Nor wisdom's years before him; 
But come in childhood's early bloom, 
In childhood's praise adore him. 
Peace on earth, &c. 

4. For thou who wert thyself a child, 

In more than infant meekness; 
Wilt never in thy mercy mild. 

Despise our childhood's weakness. 
Peace on earth, &c. 



6. 0, send thy Sp'rit, us to bless, 
That in thy f( otsteps holy; 
Our feet may turn to righteousness 
From paths of sin and folly. 
Peace on earth. &c. 

6. Then, led by thee, our souls shall rise, 
Where thou hast gone before us; 
And bless thee ever in the skies. 
That earth has heard the chorus. 
Peace on earth, &c. 



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2 No grief in that beautiful home ! 3 No tears in that beautiful home, 
No sorrow can enter its portals ! No sin from our Savior to sever ! 

But glad are the voices that join in its The King in his beauty our eyes shpll 
song, behold, 

The song of the shining immortals. And join in his praises foreverl 

Chorus. Chorus. 



112 



Will You Come? 



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AVill you come ? will you come ? 
Obey his call — give him your heart; 

Will you come ? will you come ? 
In humble penitence, come prove 
His tender, yearning, boundless love. 

Will you come? will you come? 



, His Icvc would all your sins forgive; 

Will you come? will you come? 
You now the blessing may receive; 

Will you come? will you come? 
With rapture, feel the love divine, 
While soft he whispers thou art mine. 

Will you come? will you come? 



Cold Water. 



113 



By pPTinission of S. T. Gordon. 

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The sunlight sleeps where the rain- 3. We'll point to the spring, as ne 'join 
king keeps to sing, 

His treasures uplaid in the sky ; And repeat and pledge airain, 

Or it bids a bow in its beauty glow, "All things we hate that in u.vicite," 

When the storm sprite passes by. To the burden of our str.im. 

O. the water cold, etc. O, the water cold, etc. 



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Anniversary Day. 



Words by Mrs. Prat. 



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1. Passed an - oth - er chang - ing year, Its pleasure and its pain, 

2. Some who but a year a - go U - nit - ed in our throng, 

3. We are tend-ing to their home, Where years no changes bring; 

4. Blessed Je - sus, make us wise To live on earth for heaven; 



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Now the joys of an -gels know. 
Loved ones wait for us "to come 
None need fear how soon he dies, 


To sing their songs a - 
And min - gle in their 
With them their songs to 
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My Work to Do. 



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Words by Mns Prat. 






Precious time! why is 
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in heaven, Je - sus' life and death were given, 

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Fere he lived his life for me, 
His disciple would I be; 
For the glory of his cross 
Learn to count all else but loss; 
He will stoop from heaven above. 
Teach me how like him to love; 
Only this will I pursue — etc. 



4. Work for Jesus, here and now; 
Greater joy can heaven bestow? 
There no suffering, no betrayed, 
Sick nor sad ones need my aid. 
Here my pitying love may bless 
Every form of wretchedness; 
Only this will I pursue — etc. 



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2. I'm glad my 

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To show how pure and ho - ly His lit - tie ones might be: 

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Then earthly van - i - ties de-part, Then kin-dies love di - vine. 
And ev - er in our lives ex-press The im - age of thy own. 



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will the oars to try, The 

much like Bol-ter Brook, As 

real - ly means to try ; But 



when the rain stops. His courage all drops 
foam and the spray. All van-ish a - way 
read-y a lad As need to be had, 
when the bell stops. His courage all drops, 



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And leave you high and dry. Oh tlie long pull, &c. 

But will not mind his book. Oh tlie long pull, &<•. 

And leaves him high and dry. Oh the long pull, &c. 



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Good Kight 



1. Come, let us sing a pleas-ant song, As to our homes we go a-long; 

2. We'll seek in peace each qui-ct home, For now the evening shades have come; 

3. Yes, dear com-pauious, farcyou well. A-gain our part-ing num-bers swell; 







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With cheer-ful tones and spir-its light, We'll sing a-gain our glad good-night. 
With cheer-ful tones and spir-its light,Wesingoncemoreourglad good-nighiS, 



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Good Night. — Concluded 



REPEAT, pp 




Goodnight, 



good night, 



Excursion Song. 

To be sung while approaching the groTe. 




1. Ho ! ho ! ho ! Out to tho beau - ti - ful groves we go ; 

2. Sing! sing! sing! Heav - en shall smile at the praise we brinji; 

3. Play! play! play ! Kun, oh, ye hap - py ones while ye may 
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For - est and mead-ow with mu - sic ring, Hch - o the cad - en - ces 

Roam thro' the for-ests at will to - day, Pour-ing your shouts and your 




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the balm - y air: 

the balm - y air: 



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Not with words of sol - emn sadness Seek, where mirth is, to do good, 
To the suff'rer, faint and dy-ing, Whis - per while he yet can hear, 



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He will teach you how to choose them, liidding strife and discord cease, 
While the hours are wing'd with gladness. Meet the mer- ry in their mood. 
Words in which he may, re - ly - iiig. Pass from earth with - out a fear. 



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Learn the precious inin - is - tra - tion, How with words to give re - lief, 

Nev - er dare sup - press, no, nev - er. Words the err- ing to re-strain, 

When you reach the heav'n-ly por - tals With the souls your words have won, 

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In the hour of trib - u - la - tion, To the heart, surcharged with grief. 
Tho' dis-tress-ing the endeav- or, Speak, 3'ou may your brother gain. 
Welcom'd to the joys ira-nior - tal, Vou shall hear the words, "well done." 



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Deace and rest; 


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2. Come to Jesus ! he hath loved you 
With an everlasting love, 
And his heart of tenderest pity 
Needs no sacrifice to move. 

Come to Jesus I come to Jesus! 
And his free salvation prove. 



3. Come, oh ! come ! the Master waiteth. 
Come, the longing bride doth say ; 
Come, he tarries while we linger, 
He hath borne our sins away. 

Come to Jesus! come to Jesus! 
Come, the spirit cries, tu-day. 



124 



Only Belieye. 



Wor..sby Mrs. 


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2 Fettered by sin, in repentance you languish, 

Yearning the life of the righteous to live: 
Jesus has witnessed your heart-rending anguish ; 
Cease from your struggling, and only believe. 
Jesus invites you, etc. 

3 Trusting his love, will your sins be forgiven ; 

Freely he suffered, your soul to retrieve; 
Died to redeem you, and save you in heaven — 
Yours is salvation, now — only believe. 
Jesus invites you, etc. 



The Word. 



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Oh may we Thank-fnl be, For the won drous fa - vor. 
Of Thy word. Blessed Lord, Mak-er, King and (myiit) Sav - ior. 
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A Father in He.aven. 

(Originally written for the Children of the Brooklyn Orphiin Asylum.) 

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His promise forever is true ; 
His eye, ever watchful, will always apT)rove 
The good we are striving to do. 
A father in heaven, etc. 

3 Through life and in death this dear Father will love, 

And keep us with tcnderest care ; 
And cheer us witli hope of the mansions above, 
Which He has said He will prepare. 
A father in heaven, etc. 



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Old Latin Hymn. 

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Invocation to the Spirit. 

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Spir - it, come! Cor 



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Unveil thy glorious self 

Come unto me ! 

To me, Holy One, 

Come unto me I 

That thou into my heart 

May shine thyself alone ! 
Saved from earth's vanities, 
To thee I long to rise. 

Come, heavenly Spirit, come! 
Come unto me. 



Renew me, Holy One ! 
Come unto me ! 
purge me in thy fire; 
Come unto me ! 
Refine me, heavenly flame, 

Consume each low desire; 
Prepare me as a sacritice, 
Well pleasing in thine eyes. 
Come, heavenly Spirit, come ! 
Come unto me. 



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Watch! till heav'nly light ap-pear; Pray! she hears the mourner's cry. 

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3 Mourning pilgrim ! what for thee 4 Sorrow shall forever fly: 

In this world can now remain ? Shame shall never enter there; 

Seek that world from which shall flee Tears be wiped from every eye ; 
Sorrow, shame, and tears and pain. Pain in, endless bliss expire. 



130 



The Pilgrims' Planting. 



Words by Rev. E. Whitaker. 

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1. Why should my fleet-ing mo-ments be In vain re - pin- ings spent ? 

2. The bless-ings that maj' crown my lot, I would re-gard as lent; 




Oh, teach me, Lord,whate'er my fate, To be therewith con- tent. 
En - joy them with a grate-ful heart, And be with them con - tent. 






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And though thy providence remove 4 Of gloomy thoughts and murm'ring 



The good thy hand hath sent, 
Si ill would I raise a trusting eye, 
And banish discontent. 



Lord! I would repent ; [words, 
And henceforth sing the pilgrim's song 
Of faith and sweet content. 



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1. Dawn on our vi - sion, 0, 
Dwell - ing in bright- ness out' 

2. Far in the dis - tance, that 
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path- way have trod, Home of the an - gels and Cit - y of God, 
por - tala of rest, Gold-en - ly gleam-eth the spires of tlie blest. 
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3. "When the last tears of this earth-life are shed, 
When its last sun in the even is red, 
"Who may to ear of the living unfold. 
What those rapt eyes of the dying behold? 
See tliey not visions of light and of love? 
Lost ones of earth that are angels above ? 
See they not over the portals of rest, 
Goldenly gleaming, the spires of tho blest? 
Beautiful city I &c. 



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134 



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1. On the ear of child-hood fall - ing, List, and you shall hear 

2. When the way grows dark and drea - ry, Hark, the call shall be, 

3. When Thou from our sin hast freed us, By Thy wondrous love, 







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call - eth, "Come tliou to my breast;" 
fall - ing, "Come! ye bless-ed, come! '' 



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In His arms of love He folds them; 'Tis the chil-dreu' 
Peace-ful - ly the prom - ise fall - eth, "I will give you 
We may go when ThcTu art call - ing, Home, for - ev - er 



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Aud God said "Puffer little children to come nnto me,and forbid them not, for of giich is the 



kingdom of lieavenJ 



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1. My Fa - ther and my Sav - ior, From fields of heavenly light 

2. His eye is ev - er o'er me, Nor slum-bers night nor day 

3. Oh, may I tru - ly love Him, And flee from all that's bad. 



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is look - ing down up - on me To see if I do right: 
He sees each look and ac - tion, And hears each word I say: 
Aud then He'll smile up - on me Aud make my spir - it glad: 



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He stands in ho - ly gran - deur A - mid the an - gel throng 

I know my heart is way - ward, Its wrong has ne'er been told: 

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Jewels 11 



King 43 

Let it Pass 102 

Lillian 124 

Little Children in the Temple IS 

Little Eyea 16 

Little Sunloeams 80 

Long Ago 19 

Lord of All 6 

Lord, thy Word Abideth 29 

Make a Joyful Noise 151 

May Thy Love 9 

Ministering Spirits 44 

Morning Prayer 103 

My Savior' s Voice 46 

My Work to Do 115 

No Night in the Golden City 34 

Now to Jesus Christ the Glory 7 

Now to the Lord 20 

O give Thanks unto the Lord 137 

0, Jesus, Light of All Below 117 

Sing unto the Lord 89 

0, when shall We be There? 52 

Only Belie ve 124 

Our Beautiful Home Ill 

Over the Silent Sea 36 

Pastures Fair 81 

Pilgrim 129 

Praise the Lord 57 

Praise to the Lord 10 

Praise ye the Lord 55 

Savior, We, thy Children, Gather., 23 

Seek the Shepherd 149 

Show Us the Way 1 5u 

Sutler Little Children 58 

Suggestions 86 

Sweet is the Work 5 

•Sweet 'tis tc Sing 91 



Swiftly Ghde the Hours 18 

Take Up thy Cross 136 

Tliauksgiving 65 

Tlie Angel Death 45 

The Beacon Light 32 

Tlie Beauteous Day 28 

The Beautiful Gate 1 56 

The Blind Boy 106 

The Children's Welcome 62 

The Courts of the Lord 12 

The Gateway of Gold 146 

The Glorious Light 98 

The Happy Morn We Hail 110 

The Hottentot's Song. 144 

The Lambs of the Upper Fold 40 

The Little Zulu Band 61 

The Morning Light 27 

The New Dress 84 

The Pathway to Heaven 8 

The Pilgrim's Planting 130 

The Power of Prayer 22 

The Prodigal Son 38 

The Risen Lord 26 

The ShcJ?licrds of Bethlehem 66 

The Spires of the Golden City 132 

The Union Greeting 92 

The Word 125 

The Young Child Jesus 30 

Thou Knowest that I Love Thee. ... 139 

To Him that Overcometh CO 

To Thee, God 138 

Victor's Palm 31 

Was It Right? 100 

We are Little Sunbeams 18 

We shall know Each Other There. .155 

Who is He? 75 

Who will Meet Me ? 49 

Who will Send or Go? 148 

Will You Come? 112 

Willie and the Angels 103 

Wori< in God's Vineyard 15 

Would you like a Home in Heaven?.. 151 







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